Games: Agency as Art: a review
Katja Behrens reviews Games: Agency as Art, by C. Thi Nguyen.
Issue 92 Forum: introduction
Ancient Greek philosophy
Gabrielle Suchon: a snapshot
Rachel Paine on a remarkable vision of the good life.
Maps and Blandscapes
Emily Thomas argues the world is not everywhere the same.
Aristotle James Garvey on purpose, cause, and that elusive golden mean.
Pragmatism, Peirce, and the Pandemic
Albert Spencer takes a close look at our decision making.
Sound of Metal: a review
Teresa Blankmeyer Burke reviews Sound of Metal, an Amazon original movie directed by Darius Marder.
Diogenes of Sinope
Julie Piering hears the howl of the dog philosopher.
Issue 92 Reviews: introduction
In this issue of TPM, Teresa Blankmeyer Burke reviews Sound of Metal, a movie about a drummer who loses his hearing. As a Deaf woman—the first ever to receive a PhD in philosophy—Burke notices what others may not. She writes that the movie is a hearing person’s imagining of what it’s like to become deaf—a […]
Philosophy, In a Sense
Danièle Moyal-Sharrock and Constantine Sandis on the Ins and Outs of Gender.
Political Philosophy Podcast: Q&A with Toby Buckle
Philosophy podcast host Q&A.